CEDIA EXPO Shows Positive Gains Across the Board

CEDIA EXPO 2013 experienced positive gains in attendance, exhibitor participation, and training registrations. More than 470 exhibitors and 17,900 attendees from 84 countries participated in the 2013 event inDenver.  Professional and overall attendance both grew by 6% while new exhibitor participation grew by 20% and first-time attendees increased by 50% year over year. CEDIA Training also experienced record growth with over 6300 course registrations representing a 50% participation increase.

CEDIA EXPO 2013 was described as "phenomenal," "energized," and "exceeding expectations."

"The show has far exceeded our expectations," said Joaquin Rivera, vice president of sales for Stewart Filmscreen. "We have a much better attendance and not just in terms of numbers. The attendees are happy and positive and they have jobs in the pipeline and that makes a huge difference."

"This is our second year exhibiting and we'll be back again next year," said Justin Jordan, vice president of client relations for Monoprice. "Turn out has been great both from customers who know us and those who don't know us. We've gotten a lot of leads and it's been a great opportunity to build our brand awareness explain who we are and explain our product sets."

 

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